Fit Pregnancy – 1st, 2nd and 3rd Trimester Workout

I will show you what I provided for each trimester for physical fitness. Things truthfully did not alter very much considering that my pre-pregnancy days, but certainly some adjustments had actually to be made.

A lot of pregnant ladies are daunted by the gym, but my home program and exercises offer a way to get fit without ever stepping foot inside a fitness center. That is RIGHT-you do not need a fitness center to get fit! I do all of my exercises from house and have actually perhaps gone to the gym 3 times because bring to life my first kid.

First Trimester Workout

Things honestly did not change a lot in the very first trimester. Certainly, given that I understood that there was a little life growing inside of me, I stopped doing any kind of high-impact/risky activity such as participating in ballgame or doing workouts that challenged my balance.

I generally stuck with my typical kind of cardio, weight training, and of course I started part among my pregnancy exercise series.

  • Thirty minutes of Incline Training at 3mph & 15% incline: 5 days each week
  • 30 minutes of Weight Training (abs, upper body, lower body): 5 days per week

Second Trimester Workout

When 12 weeks rolled around, I began making tiny tweaks in my workout routine. First of all, I stopped doing so much work on my back. If I did, I made certain that the workouts or reps/sets weren’t too long.

I stuck to my usual cardio and decreased my weights a bit this period. Rather, I chose more yoga and stretching since the preggo discomforts (low back discomfort, round ligament discomfort) started kicking in full blast. I paired all of this with my 12 week prenatal home program.

  • 30 minutes of Incline Training at 3mph at 10% slope: 6 days each week
  • 20 minutes of Weight Training (upper body & lower body): 5 days each week
  • Prenatal Yoga & Stretching: 3 days weekly

Third Trimester fitness

During my 3rd trimester, I was experiencing a fair bit of discomfort, but still pushed through the cardio. After all, cardio was what assisted to eliminate all of my discomforts for the most part.

I decreased my weights by another 5 minutes and instead I added in 2 more days of yoga & stretching to prepare for a much better labor and shipment. I likewise began part 3 of my 12 week prenatal house program.

I will caution you about 3rd trimester cardio, though: you might will pee on yourself. It just occurs due to your weakened pelvic flooring muscles-and the growing child you have pushing down on your bladder. This is why kegels are so important!! I committed 10 minutes daily to doing my Kegel exercises and kid it has helped a lot.

  • 30 minutes of Incline Training at 3mph at 10% slope: 7 days weekly
  • 15 minutes of Weight Training (upper body & lower body): 5 days each week
  • Prenatal Yoga & Stretching: 5 days each week
  • Kegels: 10 minutes daily